Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls are crispy and delicious, made with a spicy potato filling. They come together really quickly too hence make for great tea-time snack! They can be customised as per one’s choice of ingredients. 

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

I have forever loved Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls and I never seem to have enough of them! They are literally my favourite snack in the whole wide world! I can have them every day and I would never get tired of them! It all started ever since I was a kid, my Mom would make hem often for us. No one, not even me, can make Bread Rolls as yummy as my Mom could and still can! I really don’t know what recipe she uses and I don’t even bother asking her. To this day, she makes the best Bread Rolls ever!

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls were sort of a birthday tradition for me, I can’t really remember if my sisters had them for their birthdays, but I for sure did! No birthday of mine was ever complete without the rolls. It was an unspoken thing that Mom would make a large batch of these rolls and I would gulp down as many as I could straight from the wok to my plate 😉 Mom never said “no more” or “enough”, she just kept frying them and dishing them out. I remember my Papa loved them too just as much as I did. I probably get this from, the love for Bread Rolls. Not just any Bread Rolls, my Mom’s Bread Rolls! For some reason, I can’t remember if my sisters enjoyed them as much as I did back then. But then again, I rarely paid attention to them, I was the youngest of the lot and they are really older to me, like really, really older to me, so maybe I skipped a few details about them. Lol!

Coming to why I don’t try to replicate my Mom’s Bread Rolls. Simply because I would hate to ruin the sanctity of the flavour that my Mom magically wraps into them. She doesn’t add like a million things to them but they turn out heavenly every time! I don’t even make them in shape that she rolls them into – cylindrical and narrow. Those to me, are Mom’s rolls remember?! So, I have my own little recipe and I roll them into balls. They taste great and all but nowhere near my Mom’s. Lol! I say that without a twitch.

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

Maybe, sometime in the future, I’ll cave and ask for her recipe and probably even give it go because I want to be able to have them more often. But for now, I am so happy to have her make them for me as often as I want! And the look on her face when I tell her to make me some is priceless. Her whole face lights up when I request for something specifically cooked by her. She keeps saying I can cook so much better and more than her, though I keep reminding her that I’ve taken all the inspiration from her. But she brushes it off with a careless wave of her hands.

Anyways, let me share my version of these Bread Rolls. This recipe is vegan. You can maybe use gluten-free bread and make it a V+GF snack!

Start with the Filling

Peel and mash the boiled potatoes. Season them with all ingredients mentioned below.

Give everything a good mix. Set it aside for 10 minutes so that the flavours are well absorbed.

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

Next, divide the filling into small portions. Set them aside.

For the bread

Cut the sides of the slices. Dip each slice in some water. Squeeze out as much water as possible (if the slices retain too much of the water, they will absorb a lot of oil while frying).

Place a portion of the ready filling in the centre of each squeezed slice of bread. Wrap the filling gently with the bread and then seal the edges well. Repeat this for all the slices of bread.

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

Place the uncooked bread rolls in the refrigerator for 20 minutes (this step is crucial too, as it ensures that the rolls don’t absorb too much oil while frying).

Next, heat some oil in a large wok. Once the oil is hot, reduce the flame to medium.

Drop 2-3 bread rolls in the oil at a time. Fry them on all sides. Remove them from the oil once they have turned golden brown of all sides. Place the fried bread rolls on a kitchen paper to drain any excess oil.

Serve them piping hot with your favourite dips.

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls
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Vegan Bread Rolls | How to make Bread Rolls

Spicy, crispy and absolutely scrumptious, these Vegan Bread Rolls will leave you craving for more! Enjoy them with tea/ coffee or just on their own and you'll simply love how yummy they are! 

Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch Box, Tea Time
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 40 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Author Shreya Ashish Tiwari

Ingredients

  • 12 slices regular white bread use brown /GF bread as per your preference
  • 4 nos. boiled potatoes
  • 1/4 cup finely, chopped onions
  • 1 tsp chopped green chilies
  • salt & black pepper to taste
  • 1/2 tsp chaat masala
  • 1/4 tsp amchoor powder dry mango powder
  • 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper deghi mirch
  • 2 tsp chopped, fresh coriander leaves
  • 1/4 tsp minced, fresh ginger

Instructions

Start with the Filling -

  1. Peel and mash the boiled potatoes. Season them with all ingredients mentioned below.

  2. Give everything a good mix. Set it aside for 10 minutes so that the flavours are well absorbed.

  3. Next, divide the filling into small portions. Set them aside. 

For the bread -

  1. Cut the sides of the slices. Dip each slice in some water. Squeeze out as much water as possible (if the slices retain too much of the water, they will absorb a lot of oil while frying). 

  2. Place a portion of the ready filling in the centre of each squeezed slice of bread. Wrap the filling gently with the bread and then seal the edges well. Repeat this for all the slices of bread.

  3. Place the uncooked bread rolls in the refrigerator for 20 minutes (this step is crucial too, as it ensures that the rolls don't absorb too much oil while frying). 

  4. Next, heat some oil in a large wok. Once the oil is hot, reduce the flame to medium.

  5. Drop 2-3 bread rolls in the oil at a time. Fry them on all sides. Remove them from the oil once they have turned golden brown of all sides. Place the fried bread rolls on a kitchen paper to drain any excess oil. 

  6. Serve them piping hot with your favourite dips.  

Love,
Shreya

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